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THE SUN, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1916.
BANGER OF DISUNION , OVER, SAYS WILSON (nttin iril mm Crrmuf 1'anr. Mrh Hi' (fiMrrntiiriit rnn manufacture ,tmf,r pint' mid nmnll lnn. ko that, belli lr iho Ims'tir!"" Itm-lf nml having the nbillty lo mantifactlili' all It need, If It 1j rill ill"1" a ImiOncM arrangement, II ran .it ''ate keep ' I'rleo that It j,,,. wi'lr i ituKlor.ilo ami reasonable) ,lnitt The 1"' iotit of llir V illicit Hlatc3 !.net S".' ft I" Imposed upon by any todi. i'i,i "" 1lia-v r,'fl1 iihhuumI there fore 1 1"' "''l'"' I believe )ou prefer th.it linte . ion n mm pnvaio iniiiniivc .IipiiIiI 'utir iiieinseive.i in tlic.n mat ter", J1'" "I'venni'ieoH. nollovo Hint .. 15 .(i-ii I'lc. mill 1 niirr you Hint II ninl IIUI). Hint the (loicrninenl nf U,. I iillnl Mate. "III hme iulriiliite mfan "f I'linlriillliiir tlil nmttrr irry tknroiiK Ii1 Indeed. So there need bo no tut on tli.it Mile. "l.ct oic.ihod)' mippnjp that this Is l money mattlne aslt.itlon. 1 would, for M. .c a-diamed to be snob a dupe as n be ctiiMRid III It I? It h.ii! any HIS- ,,, of that nboiit It. Itut I am not j InneiCi'l " ' I lir"' 1 believe that 'i.in t:y for my coIioukucm In WashltiK vti ili.it they arc Juit as watchful In u-h matter!" as you would desire, them 19 be Ciial llefpni'i'M I'.llli'lent. "Vow there N nnother mlsapprehen ilnn but "ol wish you to entertain, po ti"t "iipp'wo that there" Is any new tr fU'hlcn or lecent tuadeiiuacy on tho jjtt of thH iJoiernmctit In respect of tripnr.itinn for national defence. I havo rf.irtl heme fcehtlemeii say that we had ro.-Kt defences wntth mlklm; about. cunt deduces ale not nnivada) a ndior i. cl. vim midi;! stand, mm tnoy are not some one neinc against tne novel nment. nk.'il to the xisible ee, so that If Mm So Cleveland now ban Its Congressman B. iMe.ni and nothing exploded you (.onion. Mis sobriquet here Is "Ko.iring n .n'il not know they worn there. The . 11111" Clordon rnut ilffeiii r of the Culled Sliite. while ' At tho ory time the I'rc'ldent was rnt iiiiinrrnii iiiiiiil'Ii. lire e quipped In hrltiKlng his preparedness mess.vgo to the mn. iiimlern nnd rftlrlent (iinlnn. , IHilo Air. (lordon was peaklng at all "Vcu .ire told that there has been some i nnti-Wltson ilemonstratlon In Washlng inrt of prelect nbout tho navy. There 'ton. Hn w;as elected as a Democrat nnd ha. iml been nil) nrt of nritlcrt about , has Joined tho Ruchanan-Hryan-Ford the iniij. Wo have been slowly building forces In Congress. ip a navy which In quality l second to 1 to navy In tne world. 1 lie only thing It Ufk l iiuniitlly. In size It Is tho fourth rn III the wot Id, though I have heard It ..uil hv some geiillemen In this ery resi 'n that II wa the i-eiond. "In llsliting forie. though not In qual It;, ii l reikonid by cxpeils to be the f. 'i, ih in lank In the world: nnd jet ien I go on board those ships and see t eir equipment and ttilk with their rr"' 1 1 s I susput that they lould glc ii aiTount of themselves which would ue them above the fourth class. It mi nils mo of that sei quaint saving i' the old darky pre.it her. 'The Lord nnlo Moses, ronie fourth, and he "I IHth and i k tl'H nav i Die I a o. lost the raie.' Itut I i woubl not come fourth I n Pntilc Out .iiy. "tviiit we ale piopoMi.g nov m not a ,-.'n eienlion of i nav. loi we hao h' lendld II, Hi, bill Hie ilellnile wolk mg out of a pi ngi .iiiiini' b'. whli h wllhln i io.iis wo will In mi, lln- navy lo a iRliing strmiglh wlmh utluq wIm might Ijli- taken iiglit or leu ;c;i. along iiai 111 the same lines of development tliat hate hecii niUowed, ami followed 'lpentb and Intelllgi ntly. for at leat a ce .i,!e past. Theio Is no sudden panic, there Is ro "inlileii change of plan: .ill that has "appemd Is that we now -eo that we ejclit mull' r.i.'ililli and mule thoroughly inn cu r before to do the things which rjii' alwajs beeli characteristic of America. For she has always been proud ' lr navy and ha always luin ad ' ted to the prliu iplo that her citizen th:p mut do the lighting on land. We are working nut American jirln- pi, - a llltle faster. I alls American 1 .Uen are beating a little faster, be i i'e the win Id Is In a Wnl' l. beoauso t-.eri .'ii" Incalculable elements of trou b nn'o.id which we cannot control or alter I would be derelict to tho duty h!cli i ou haw laid upon me if I did : ' VI miii that It 1" ali-olutely nec-"-i v to rarry out our principles In iratter now and at onre. "lilrlt of A merlcn. "Aiid et all the time, my fellow cltl-f-n I icliew that In these things we 'iurel Interpreting tho hplrlt of Amer. . Who shall sa.i w hat the spirit ' A hi I ,i i? 1 halo many tlmia li-.i' I ,, .ituis apiMiiophl.e this beatltl , "ig. win. h the emblem of the J' I hue many times heard ora t r- mil piulo-.il! net s speak of the spirit i" .' -i .i tesidi it In America. "We do nut Ntaiid fur occupations. Wo fit '"it Hand for material Intercuts. We do not Maud for any narrow conception, nni of political Institutions; but wo i' n,, fnr this, that wo are bonded tf1,! 1 1 Amirlia to seo to It that 10 i hall mtvo any master who Is '"' nf I i - own choosing. And wo have '"' '' liberal and generous about U).I '.,.;i I'r loin nml Pence. "Wf baie -ecu great peoples, for the Ii "st nni I nut of the same blood with fur-lvi -ir. ib.. Miuth of us build up tol.' is i i', ii t,H same idea pulsed a i.g.iari', this Idea of freo hi ' tUl ,. ln v he u - in'arfi individual libert.i, and h i. ii hand reached aero i fioo, ,.,er political politics to Ml 'h. iletelopiuellt of froolll- - oi i in. Wchteui Uomlsjihero. i No. ne are tho chain , fieeiium nf popular wiv v , mit ,t iispla.,a or eer- f ihioiisiioul both Americas.' Mie i !iiiniii,ii nf a particular fn iiliuii, I lie M.rl of freedom v r ,,, e lw.. 1 01 v . re ci1' '"Jf "f llr ''I I III Mi I'll . Mlrr in I' . I I in- iuil.1 iiiiiii latl'in nnd guar lii.ii e, ' HI III! Il l.'i i ' 'iltlll ..r.s o great in- i I populations and i ! ! i government on w.i ' e i oi which Ihctr ' Ii predlleclloiis and ie tin 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 h i r 1 1 1 k h of f And so when wo i .i I ih fi in e wo prepare .il niigrity; wo pre- I i. of the great Ideal i to in'- government ; ., i i., ,.i,it una ii! i . it Hi gi neratloiH In ,. ii bilnliil tllelllht'ht'S I.. were but a hand , ,'iil nf I In' Atlantic, null, I ibe htiindard I II m , e i" .ted every when .,' -el ted till) power ot g I hi' lino nf tho r.lll - loin bed to nbservo upnii every railway i bouse wheie a Hag Miinn temporary I 1.-01I fiom which and .Stripes. They " , iiuncd the errand upon n i ,,ii in i.iuliiil you that ' 'in lie eiery Individual i. n local Inletesl to as- ,1 ii hould be necessary ii" mat pilnclplcH for 1,1 M,u sl.ihllM. '" ii you rsi lies, ladleH nnd f' ' n iiluie thu color. eif '' " I "in Tbnso lines of red i ... i i ulily and linse Ulsldy ' " ' ' ' , Ion d tho liberty of , Mire than they loifd ,h ,,,, f..i luiii.s, lliiil fnr ' i "ill, I li.iin to use tho ' '" i .in i in freshen tho color ' . Hut II It liniilil rier lie m iik'Ulti In iimiTl the niHjriitjr ml liitiiril) nf those unrleiit imil honor 'I' l"iiiiili. nml ling will lie rnlored ii,n n, ,, ln, i,rMK iidnrril Mill lie mi. .Hid." OHIO LIKES WILSON AND DEFENCE PLAN Wnniinir of r. S. Peril Strikes Kcspniislvo Chord mid Houfs Pacifists. LIKKIA TO CARRY STATE Ci.kvki.anp, Jan. 31. rrrwldont Wilson left n Rood Impression- In Cleveland nnd upon the newspapcro of the State. It was comfottlut: to him and his entouraRe to Ret out of the political blizzard of l'ennsylvanla ami Into the more con Kenlul ntmosphero of the Buckeye State, where hu Is well liked. The midden chniiKe In nttltudo toward htm w.13 notej almost the moment? tho Stale 1 no was crossed. The hour before dark ivltnrrscd warm dcmonstratlona In nil the Inmlsttt. At Alliance crowds Jammed the depot platform and the nearby streets. Cleveland did not ko wild over Mr. Wilson, nor set cnulve. It was a cordial nnd warm erecting, Thoro was a fair crowd at tho depot and for sevcr.il blocks tip tho utroet. .Mr. Wilson's Sunday rest was not dis turbed by throngd, admiring or curious. Hut his speech took very well. It hit a pojmlar chord, notwithstanding tho fact th.it there Is a small outcropping of tho peace at tuiy price moiemcnt In I'levehltld. Since the days of Tom Johnson Cleve land would not seem homelike without I'ni'lllst Mrrp trontt. One reason for the stop In Cle eland was that tho pacifists In this district have been sn limping the Cleveland Con gressmen with a letter writing campaign against tho Wilson programme or any programme that contemplates further strengthening of the military and naval .v. ii,.- The President's position in this Stat Is somewhat strengthened, leaders say, by the fact that tho Itcpubllc.ins will take a strong stand on prepaiedness. the only difference between the two parties In this Issue being onii of plans. Hut Ohio Is for pli'p.iredtiess, and conse- quently the President was among friends at the big meeting In tho armory. The impression was that tin- big au dience left tho place with a full realiza tion of national conditions and with tin notion that the President hid talked to them frankly. There was baldly .my tomtnent about politics, but the nf ter meeting gossip was on the grae situation and the need of putting poll l tics aside in the prepaiedness campaign. TIllllU He Will I'nrrj tnto. It also was the general opinion that Ids speech ll Ith the wide publicity It received, will put a damper on tho pacifist activities in this sectun of the State. Former Maor Newton lb li.ilo-r, Iho real Pemocratlc leader in this district, belleics that Wilson will carry Ohio, not In a landslide, but by i i o tiforta :le vote, largely because of h.; man hlni self. Ohio particular," ln snal "Is a State In which tho inaes, especially outside of the cities, am string for men of great moral force. Wll-o'i Is toi regnrdil generally i nor.g llu farm ers, without respect to their parly af filiation Thiols a Siato of in.mv col leger. No State In the I'n.on is ho bulged about by college Intliienrei'. Then' Is a natural . mpathv f.i- W'lion In the college atmosphere becauie of the man himself The line cons, i non of his moral elevation Is well understood here. Ills address has carried conviction with it, and I know that It has had a deep Impression on our people here. 1 should say that there Is sca-nl a State m the I'ntoti In which Win lrow, V'l"on stands better with the rmk and file of the volers to-day than Ohio. What tho campaign will bring alio"' '.v cinnot sav, hut to-day It Is en'ircly afe to put Ohio In the Democratic column." VAGUE, SAYS PITTSBURG. Pros Attack Speech nnd Ask IIimt Far Honld lie (So, PlTrsrii'iiii, Jan. SI. That President Wilson found Pittsburg and western Pennsylvania lgorously for prepaied ness, but that he failed utterly to ex tend leadership In tho direction In which his luarcrs apioared perfectly willing to bo led Is the consensus here Uhc sec ond i-oNt thought oh the two speeches Satiiiday in Pittsburg. A more stuilltd iteiv than any ex pressed Is that put forward to-day, two days aflei (lie f.ieccht'H, by the fjmrtle TimiH, Senator (ieorge T. Oliver's Itu publican il.ul) - "As a solemn warning of tho actu ality of tho dangers that l-nct their count iv and as an ojioslllou of tho vital need of prcpaiednoj". to meet those perils the President's addiess leaves lit tle to be desired. "Hut It cannot hut be fell by those who have htaid or read what the Piivsi dent has. hald on the tubject, not onl In this city, but in his Cleielaud mid New Yoik speeches us well, that them I,..- Iw it litelr nf VTil lei I tiewu Ihul la f f satlsfjing. "Itliat the Piesldent Is for prepaied ness In some digits Is made clear mid 1 1 iiiphatlc. Hill in what desrec' AltiicU Ii) Mooseii'lt Organ. Tho l.rniln a rabid Itoosvtelt organ, hays to-nlglil . " cannot toll what the lnleinatlnn.il relations nf this enquiry will be tn-nior- row' diuotuig the 1'iesident). "If President Wilson had upent days to pick n lew words In which to mako emphatic Ills lack of statesmanship hn could not have done better than to admit in public, wlille asking the support of In. i How citizens, that bo doesn't know where our count!)' will bo to-iiuu row ." Voicing the Democratic view, and of man) ItcimhliciiUM who say t'uy do not ful Ibey should approach the Piesl elenl'n spet'i b in ii spirit of criticism, tho I'nst, lleniocr.lllc nlg.lll. mis: "Nothing has leu concealed from Iho people thai could le.isonabli be etpecled in bo discltiMed. It Is fiom being .0 closest touch with nil nils intoim itloii ami with reganl fnr eiery coiihlf'i iihon of ilin'iclluij a, In iihcn to lull, thai the President sniindn wariilng to the coun try thai the dangeis nre Infinite and con stant and tiigc Hint It bo put In ton. dltlnn to defend Itself "Pittsburg slum ed It has no patlenco Willi the ilreameiH who would leave Iho country (in eas) ptey for ilesxillers " IT WILL LAST FOREVER 0)i inrrrlaiii for $50. m WESTERNERS FIGHT AGAINST BRAN DEIS Iowa Railroad Commissioner Files a Protest, Declaring That the Boston Lawyer "Threw" the Ad vanced Rate Case. W.isiii.MiTov, ,'an. 31. A sub-corn-mlltee of flic Senators was named by the Senate Committee on tho Judiciary to-day to IniestlKate nnd report on the nomination of Louis I). Hrandcls to be Associate Justice, of the Supremo Court. Senator (Herman presided In the ab sence of Chairman Culberson and named ns member? of thu nib-ioinmlttce Sena tor Clillton of West Vlrglnln, chairman, and Senators Walsh of Montnnn nnd b'ie.t hoc of Florida, Democrats, and Senators Cummin of Iowa nnd Clark of Wyoming, Iteptiblb'sms. Tim sub-committee will her every person who has anything of value to offer. This sub-coiiunlttie Is regarded ns highly faioiable to .Mr. Hrandcls. Huh Senators Walsh nnd Fletcher nro strong Administration followers. Chilton of West V.iglula also Is usually found fol lowing closely In the footstep of tho President. It would not have been pos sible to hae selected three Democratic Senators on tho Judiciary Cnmmltton who are more generally known as "Ad ministration men." Senator Cummins of Iowa I also sup posed to have a favorable leaning toward Hrandcls, so that the only man on the HUb-commltteo who at the beginning seems unfavorably Inclined toward the nomination Is Clark of W timing. A protest was recoiled by seieral members of the Judiciary Committed to day from t'litford T borne, member of ! the Iowa Itallroad Commission, who charges that Mr. Hrandcls "threw" .ho case of the Western shippers before the llitert-tate Commerce t ommlesion, who weie lighting the adianco III ratesoUKht by the rullru.nK The complaint has been referred to before slnco the llran lels nomination came hi. Mr. Thome will tell his story to the sub-cuminlttee mid some members regard It us Important. Just what other In terest will be heard on the nomination Is not now clear. Pruftri-MfcU v tiitiirt t iicertnln. On the establishment by Mr. Thorne of his case will depend whether certain progressive Itepubllcans in the Wet will support the nomination. The Iowa Sen atois ale particularly Interested. It was learned to-day that ex-Senator Hris tow, now a meinour of the Kansas Hall way Commission, was In Washington last week and protested against con tlrm'ng Mr. Hraudels because of Ids at titude in the advanced rale case. Tho Indications are that at least tlvo plogros.s!ie Itepulillcaus will into for continuation -l.i Follette, Clapp, lironna, Norrls and I'olndexter. Whether other Mi-called ptogn svc Itcpubllcaiu- will into to couth in will dep. nd oti the showing made by Mr. Thome. Against the live or more pro grevdioji ivhi will into on confirma tion may he set off about lb" s.iui" num SHIPYARDS LACKING IN BIG NAVY SCHEME Chief Constructor Ta.t lor Facilities .Must Tie lucre, to Meet Deiiiauils. Nil s isetl Wasiiim.tos-. Jan 31 -- l".en if I'nn grcisi nn, I the Pres'dnit should agiee on an Inerean' .11 the naval bin. ding pro gramme a ennui ptoblim will a lso be, .'.use of lack nf shipbuilding faullti"" in the I'll ted Slat's. I lie Uoue Naial Allans Committee was Informed to-day. No matter ln many battleship, battle irulsei-s and auxiliary iesel may be authorized there I going t be much iiniii.t.. In Mml'toi a iil.ue to build them. P iiate bhip arils .ire taxe.l to their utiuoit. the committee Mas told to-da by Chief I'lin-tril' tor David S Ta.'l"f "f the nan 'I'lie. mtlt ie lie ".nlequate co:. ib ration " lie said, if the are to be mdtii ed lo 1 iul'1 hattlchlp Itcpls nig to questions by the c mni'ttce Mr. Tailor said tlicie aie lo Im mm-, lileted for the Navy Dcpai tmetit l.xty elght vesrels. among them nine battle ships. Two luxe Just been begun and one cannot jet be said to be on the way. Tho building programme! prnpoeil by the Admlnlstiation calls for lirtyslx addi tional ships of nil classes. In xlew of the fact that the shlp.iaids are now busier than for many jears there are misgiving on the part of tlm Uoiuo committee as to the facilities for build ing them. "if we are going to aiithoilzo ships wo had better pioilde means for build ing them." said Itepresentatlte Hutler. "I am not for a paper naiy." The naval lessel now uncomiili ted Include, nine battleships. IT destr.i.wT.. 3 submarine, two fuel ships and on, transport Then ale now no wais at lioieiniiient J ai ds on which new keels may bo laid At New 'ork wa.is will be constructed but will not be ri m) for some time. At the Mate Island vaid the win am now oeeni I in a fuel ship, which will In laiin.'ln d In h few month. Wais will not be i.icinl at the League Island aid for eight months or a year Constructor Taylor said an gallon of the capicili of the i aids showed that, winking ;.n.iclii. they could Willi dm Itu esti pni al. ot full i I'liinent ships .it olmitu innslrucl twentl-iwo once. Ilefore iui cnuiu oe ,, eier. niati.i Improi einctith would I esary. hull -ue. - E-2 INQUIRY ERROR. Clllsllll lilt llnulneer Hid Not I'niilrii lliilclilsoii in. lleporli'il. It has been cilbd to w atlcntlon of Tin: Sfs' that an error was made in tne account of tile testltnniiv taken on .laiiuai) ?a bid nre the cmirl of uni,r which llllesllg.itcil the explosi ill III III" nibuiai'ine II.S III Hie ii tide, il v i nspcitci! tti.it I! C .Mitchell, chctilc.il engineer at the I'.'iIImiii l.iboraloi ,i , enn Irailicled pievlnus test ini'iti) In Miller He, 'He I lulclllsmi 111 HSMI'tihg III, It III ti's pieilou lo the cXplnsliiti Hie hot Ii rles had been ilisclioigeil lo .cm Willi Hie vciitllnlloii cntlicb Inli". ml. Tina was an eirnr. Mr. Mitchell le.illlieil tli.it In t lie pie lions test the discharge of Die billet IcH lo -ero was iiccoiuplislieil ivllli Hie eiitll.it bill rulll'cl) oullio.inl, and It I o collect the false InipieaMiin created b) the aitli'le Hint IIiih explaiinlou ie iniiile. 1916 Catalogue Ready 160 Pages, Illustrated. FREE THIBTT NINTH TT.AIIJ I IWW I vmil ' New York, Barclay Cor. Church St. Chlcajji?, Randolph St. near Dearborn iZntfil BEGIN THEIR ber of Democratic Senalois who will ojipose Hrandcls. This list, according to reliable) Information, Include. Over man, Smith, llaidlng, ilankhcud, Itecd nnd Shields. 1 Theiu aio peieral Senator. on tho P.nioMatic laic inoie or lestf doubtful, with t .o chances In.i' they will vote for confirmation, mining- tlieni I'ndccvood, llioussaul nnd Clarke. Tho Democratic, majority in tho Sen ate Is IB, nml It looks ns If tho llr.mde'.s nomination might be eonllimvd by that majority, the Democrats who will vote ntntnst conllim.itlon being paired against a like number nf piogrcsslvcs who would Mto to conllriii. That tliero will bo long delay and a thorough investigation seems reasonably certain. The Commlltre on Judlcljry doe. not need to wait for charges to lie tiled. It dli'y Is to Invcntlgato the fitness of every nominee who conic. be fore the committee. That will mako It necessary for the committee to go nfter every clue or sucye.vtlon of evidence tending to show that Mr Hrandcls Is disqualified to sit. A I'ersonnl selection. The Dep.il Intent of Justice has replied to the inquiry made by the Senate Ju diciary Committee In regard to 3lr. Ilran dels's sponsors. It 1 understood that the Attorney-Oeneral say that there, were no recommendations made to the Presi dent In favor of Mr. Hrandcls. that it w.i a iior!onal xclciti-iti be the President It I understood that the Department of Justice is preparing to defend the Hraudels selection. If it has not nltcady done so, In a communication to the Ju diciary Committee, contending that he has the proper Judicial temperament, nnd Instant on will be cited In supiKirt of this statement. BR AN DEIS STILL MUM. I.rnvrs for lloston. Determined to Keep Mlont. I.otlls D. Hraudels left New York for Hoton at midnight still with determina tion to say nothing about his nomina tion for publication. Mr. Hrandcls In tends to preserve the same silence for some time, certainly until his nomination to the Supreme Court bench Is either approved or rejected by the Sennto. Vcsterday afternoon ho presided at a meeting of the board of arbitration In the dress and waist Industries, which held a hearing In the Metropolitan I.lfe Huilillng on the demand for higher wage of IS, 000 members of the Waist and Dressmaker I'lilon. No announcement was made of the result of the hearings. Mr. Hraudels said last night that this was bis only activity during the day that was nf public Interest. He spent tile eienlng at the home of his mother-in-law. Mis JoMphlne iloldmark, 270 West Ninety-foiittb stteet BURNETT BILL TO HALT ALIEN TIDE REPORTED Author Fears a Flood of I'mlc siralile lininiirraiils fter the War. i-uiM.To.s. Jan 31 Th imntiKi itloii b'tl emlio'ling ,t , Ituinelt pi ni nil ilesigticl to iistr't the n c on.tu 11 of lltnle-.r hie alle'"! from Wu.opc piMii'd afti : the war w ns ri ported III to the House to-d.i.i The lomnuttie, a. -i online to the icpoit of Ch. ill in. in Hur nett, explesse. ie inni'lctlon tilt tills llisid ni.i.i be checked b the literacy let and the mpnqtnm of higher penal tuw upon sleaillihlp colllp. lilies. The niiin titoi.sions of the bill. Including the I- Tease of the head tax fmin $1 to $V ucie aiiti".: 'rd seieial il.i; s ago. Mr. Itutnett. calling alleiitlon to the iiii'iilgi.ilu.n s Illation as anVcted bj the w ir. i in it i epot t "Kien dining then, tin m of on ; Km ope IP'.. lit al en cam n. It is 1 1 lie i e.i.M as llrilil w .'ii; ,, "f j them in i rinin.e to tile call to colors. but tot only will most nf the suivlinrs return but it I thought by man) of the ablest men of the hind thai 'millions mom of the poorest ami niot Illiterate will I'oine to this countr). The hM will Slav n relnbllltate their stricken conn trli s and the worst will flock to iur land " The bill contain a proilsion for o. eluding alien nf "constitutional p)oh pittlilo inferiority." This term Is defined in the tepori ns "a congenial defect In the emotional or lolltlonnl tled. of men tal activity whl.-h result 111 Inability to make pioper adjustment to the environ ments." 'Pan. proiislon U aimed especially at the eveiui'o-i nf the Insane alien Who In past icais liaie b.en a hurtle n on public institution .ii New 'nrk Harlv coiiMileration nf the lininigratlon bill will 1 sked Ii) Mr llnrnelt and it will take pie. eilein c of main appropriation billet and nieaniies all'et tlng pieparcdni ss. e Beginning today, the Semi-Annual Sale of Saks Suits for Men reduced to $18 From .1130, $28, .$25 and .$23 l A small charge for alteration!) I Every suit in this sale is from the present season's regular stock, and w.as made to sell at some one of the former prices named. All are representative models, varied in a wide range of colorful fabrics, and teem ing with those ebullient flashes of style which are the insignia of Saks supremacy in clothes. The significance of any reduction depends upon the name of the house that makes it. Broadway LAMAR, 'THE WOLF,' MUST GO TO PRISON liO.sps Appeal on Conviction for liiipcrxonnting Federal Official. HAS TWO YEARS TO SERVE Wasiiin'oton, Jan. SI. Tho Supreme Court decided to-day that David Lamar, "the wolf of Wall Street," must sert two years In tho Atlanta 1'ederal prison tinder the sentence of tho Federal court for the Southern District of New York. Lunar was In the court room when th" opinion was read by Justice Holmes, In which the whnle court concurred, lie was ronxlcled on an Indictment charging him with violation of a Fed eral statute by Impersonating an orTl ccr of the Government wltht Intent to defraud. Thirty days of liberty nre left to lilni before hn begins serving the sentence. Tho thirty elass must expire before the mandate of tho Supreme Court will go to the court below. Lam.ir now Is out on bull. The fact that Lamar was busy tak ing notes on the. opinion this afternoon Indicate that he will Hk for a rehear ing, lie lias until tho expiration of the present term to apply for a rehear ing, but thl will not delay the carry ing out of the sentence. The opinion of Jus' Ice Holmes reads In part. "The plaintiff In error was tried nnd conilcled upon an Indictment charging him with having falsely pretended to be n n ofllcer of the ttoicriiineiit of the t'nlted States: to wit, a member of the House of Iteprcsentatlvcs ; that Is to say, A. Mltchel Palmer, a member of Congress, with Intent to defraud J. P. Morgan & Co. nnd the L'nlted States Steel Corporation. The case Is brought here directly on the ground that the court had no Jurisdiction because the Indictment does not chargo a crime against the l'nlted State and that thu Interpretation of the Constitution was Involved In the decision that a Con gressman I an olllcer of the l'nlted Stall's. Tlicie are subsidiary objec tion stated a cnnstlttitlnn.il that the Indictment I ItiMiltlolent and that It doe not appear In what dltr ct the crime whs committed "On the matter of Jurisdiction ,t is s.ild that when the e-ontroieriv eonceip a subject limited by Federal law, such as bankruptcy cop) right, patent nr admiralty, the Jurisdiction so far coal oM'cK wL;h the mints that a case no: w. thill the law Is not within the lnrm. diction of the tour! Jurisdiction Is a of poller and cmers nr. nig as matter i well us right ileclion There iniv be inManoeu in which It ' haul to s.n law go. s to the Power nr w h.-tber only to the iluti of the eiurt. bin the argument l pre s-ed to,, f.,t. , ,,.eis that a patent I bad either on the facts or on the law is ,s binding a one Hint Is good nd until tig can be Hearer than that the Dutrii" Court iilm-h ha Jurl'illctlnu of all crime. cognl,.,bb. under the iiiitlmrlt) of th Cnite.l Si.,t,s. act equally within Its Jur-dlctlon whether It decide a mm to Ie guiltv or Innocent under the criminal lui and whether its tlecl-ion I. right or wrong, rile objection that the Indictment do. not charge a crime against the rutted Cl.nri noes on to tne , ae It follows i i . ii, must be I .Hill -si il tller t of the in t of error G0ETHALS ARRIVES TO EXPLAIN CANAL SLIDE (!eii. Kdu.'irds Also Will Ap pear in Washington liolli Iieny Frietion. M tjor-flen l.oethn's. tinionuir of the Pan.ilii.i Canal Zone, and llrig.-tten lal wards, commanding the I'nited Stutea tinnp of the itnne, arrived icsterday inn Crlstohil hv the rnited 1'iillt stenmship Ciilniuaies, ai p.irertl) in ae- nid. altlniuKh tne) nit at different tabic nn the trip. The tun as-erled thai they were not at odds, a repotted, (ton. Coethal said that he had been sum moned to appear at Washington mi I'll-1 day before the Cnnies.snnal Committee ' on Xpproiirlntlons to tell almut what! ho hud done nnd what ho needed to' unite the t'Hiial navigable again. Cnn. UiH'thalH said that he could not IK a dale for the reopening nf the canal, lie nan malting progress, as heretofoie nlTiclully reported, and at one point the canal wa. 101 feet wider thin It had been before the slide that blocked navigation. Cieti Kdiiaid sa.d there was no fric tion between Himself and lien line- thai Cell. IMw.mls mil .nipe.ir be fore the Senate Committee nn Milltnrv Af - fail and explain tin militui ) situation In the irnne. pai ti 'iilarl) on tho siihlect of preparedness. A Supreme Court Justice emphasizes the need of Trust Company Trusteeship "Because the estate is so large, I deem it necessary to join with him in its management a responsible trust company. The practice seems to be now uniform among men of large properties to designate a trust company as one of their executors." (A lupreme court justice mtde this statement when appointing a trut com pany to act jointly with an individual in the management of an estate.) The Bankers Trust Company is designated as execu tor and trustee under will by roany men of large properties who realize that under this Company's efficient management, the best interests of their heir6 will be scrupulously guarded. The highly specialized service of this Company costs no more than the uncertain service of an individual. Our officers will be glad to talk over with you any trust matters you may have in mind. Bankers Trust Company 16 Wall Street Telephone 8900 Rector Resources Over $250,000,000 ASKS JAIL TERMS FOR MISBRANDING llouxp Hill Approvoil It v Wil son Kc'tts Article for Our KortMjrn Trade. NO AI.IKX LAW IS INT M'lsilts'i'.Tov. .bin Si A general blanl.ct miasure to ioh'blt inibrai.dlng nf all articles enteting Interstate com merce not coiered by the pure fund and ill tig act and the In-ectlciile act ha been framed hv a nib-cnnimittee of tin Iloil'c Couiiuittie nn Interstate and Korelgn Commerce and soon will be presented to fie lloile fn" tiin-l'leratliii' Tie ineasuie, it i tiiuli rstooil. n.i uie aiimv.il of the Si'titat) nf t'ominerce .ii,. I meet- In a geneial way the Isbe nf the President and majorlt) le.ulei 0 the llmi-i, Including Chairman Ad.iuiMin ot the nuilltc. It was framed to tahe th, place of a , ore or more of bills in rti.!uce. in the llnue from time to time .mil alined at the inisbi .Hiding of par ticul.i' ailule or commodities ei.tinng interstate conitui lc. such as the i.inou pine fabric bill. The sub-committee, ot which llipresentatiie Itaicla) of Tenucs- ee I dull man. was unpointed uuring the lat Congtejs m asure. to draw the blanket Prison tor XI Isliriindlim. In It scope the general bill practically i" unlimited It pro.ilblts the intiodlic turn into Interstate commerce of any ar- ,'I either for export or recelied from a f.c. ,gn coiinti) which I mWbraniied It provide that a:i pet son who shall IHp oi ii ue In tutci-tate or fnreign com merce, and having received delivers fill pa) oi otherwl'i any mlbriinded article., tn 'who shall sell or offer for sale such, article, shall bo guilt) of a mlMlenieann I and be Unci not exciedlng K.nn for the' first nlTem. and not exceeding H.O'i" for i.ich subs, uncut offence, or be Impils-i oiled for one )cir or both. i No article is to be decnifd nusbranded uliicli Is intended for exportation and i when prepared Is marlted or packed In I accord.in o with the fpeciflcatlotis or the foreign purchaser and when no material. , suhstante, device or unci is wen tlict with the laws of the country to 1,1,0, it id to be shinned. ! An article I' declared In be mis br.indcd "I' the lonteuts of the packaxe oi lgliiall) pill up Mi HI "an been I mini d in whole or 'n part and ntlier I conten's shall lime been placed ll-.trein "If in package form and the contents , aie stated in ti nn f wiiglit. iiieasure. I numerical count or ou.ility, the) are not at 34th Street plainly and correctly stated on the out fide of the package. "If there I "touched, stumped, branded, engraved, pruned or embossed or otherwise marked upon Mich article or commodity, or upon any label, tag, card or other appendage thereto, or on any barrel, box, cover, wrapper or other reieptacle any word, statement, symbol, design, device or Indication which is false, fraudulent, deceptive or mislead lng as to weight or measure or ns to the in.iteil.il.'' or substances of which it i coiiiHised or as to the mode of Its manufacture or production or which Indicate or I designed or calculated to indicate that the article or commodity i. ot a character or uuallty superior to or otherwise different from lt real char acter of quality. "Healets are exempt from prosecution If the) can show the manufacturer'. guaranty that the attlcle I not inl bni'ilcd. Any luisbranded artle-le may be counselled, but may be recoiertd upon p.i)ineiit of costs by the nwiur and a guaranty that the article will not be offered for .ie "The Secretarv if Commerce Is to en JtankUn Simon & Co. Fifth Pefs Cloihivg Shop 8 West .S8th St.- Store Floor Separate Shop, a Step from Fifth Avenue I Sale TP.'-PA y Men s Hand Tailored Suits 33 to 46 Chest Our Regular Stock of Winter Suits 15.00 20.00 25.00 Heretofore $21.50 lo $40.00 Two, three or four button models, reproductions in style and workmanship of the best custom tailors' products. The fabrics are exclusive in design, produced especially for Franklin Simon & Co. by the best Enpjish and American mills, they include Invisible Plaids, Shadow Plaids, Stripes, Checks, Herringbone, English Tweed, Novelty Weaves or Blue Serge in this season's colorings. Men's Hand Tai lored Suits 33 to 46 Cheat Our Regular Stock of Winter Suit a 17.50 Heretofore $21. .10 to $24. .W Two, three or four button models of English Tweed, Oxford Vicuna, Checked Velour, Pencil or Combina tion Stripes, Invisible Overplaids, Ovcrplaicls combined with stripes, also Blue Serge. Men's Custom JTailored Suits 33 to 46 Chest 22.50 Heretofore $27.50 to $30.00 Two, three or four button models made in our own shops; many details of workmanship only to be found in the best custom tailors' product The approved custom tailor models Superior quality English and Domestic Fabrics, including Invisible Plaids, Stripes, Checks, English Tweed or Blue Serge in this season's newest weaves and colorings. 3 13 force the act and prosecution. are to Ofi nude upon his tepreseiitatlons by any Ihstrut Attorney" PHILIPPINE PLAN MADE EASIER I . s, ,i i, tiiliirilliti-r Independ ence xTti-r X 1 1 lid run n I. W isiiiMiToN. .Ian. 31 The Smalt Philippine Committee to-day eliminated from the ClaiKeaniendnn lit to the Philip pine bill that sei'tlon which would foico the I.'lllted States alone to ClI.ll'.IIlllO the soierelgnty of the island for Ilia )ears follow lng the granting f lnd pende in e. Another ' h.inge inaKi optional th titentioii f a coiling station In tn saiiib The niiciii.il Clarl.e .luieiel nn lit made a coiling station uiaiulatoi i iither se. tinn well- amended m, as in proilde that the new Philippine lioiein tnent sn.illld a'su.H" the obligations ac eepted by the l'nlted State under the t r- .1 1 y of Paris. opo.-la!ly with refeiemo to p'Otectlllg the lues and propert) of foreigners. Avenue V- Vontn " ?Vit I '